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The LCF has developed a range of holiday camps aimed at enhancing all participants skills, experiences and enjoyment of the sport. All courses are open to boys and girls, although we do run some ‘Girls Only’ camps.

All camps are a mixture of small sided games, skill development, drills, challenges and actual games out in the middle. Camps. We provide spot prizes to reward participants effort, arrange guest appearances from Lancashire and Manchester Original male & female stars where we build the connection from the grass roots to the professional game and to inspire the next generation. We also provide participants the opportunity to experience a Lancashire Cricket ‘money can’t buy experience’. Last year we gave away the opportunity to one lucky person to visit Emirates Old Trafford and meet Jos Butler.

We also gave 25 participants the experience of taking part in the guard of honour for Lancashire Thunder games. Each participant also gets the opportunity to register for 2 tickets for one of the following games at Emirates Old Trafford:

Wed 17th July Notts Outlaws – Vitality T20 Blast

Thurs 8th Aug Middlesex – Metro Bank One Day Cup

Wed 14th Aug Worcestershire – Metro Bank One Day Cup

Thurs 29th Aug-Sun 1st Sept Hampshire - County Championship

 

Lancashire Cricket Foundation have two options for getting involved in a camp this year! Option number 1 is a softball camp and option number 2 is hardball camp, you can find out more below. 

Softball Camp – 5-10 years of age

Softball camps have a focus on enjoyment, fun and development. An introduction to cricket with softball games, skills, and challenges. These days have a game based focus, with small games, skill games and fun challenges. Open to both boys and girls, no experience of cricket needed. All equipment will be provided.

Hardball Camp – 11 – 15 years of age

The hardball camp is for those with experience of hardball cricket. The days are focused on skill development, whilst introducing more tactical/ decision making elements into practice. A focus on refining core skills, expanding knowledge base and understanding of own game along with leadership and additional skills. Challenging the basics at pace and under pressure a theme throughout. The Lancashire Way framework is used across these camps.

Hardball cricket kitbag including protective equipment required.

Location

Type of camp

Date

Time 

South West Manchester Cricket Club Ellesmere Road, M21 0SG

Hardball Camp

30th and 31st May 2024

10am - 3pm

Royton Cricket Club Bransdale Avenue, OL2 5TX

 

Hardball Camp 28th and 29th May 2024 10am - 3pm

Accrington Cricket Club Thorneyholme Road BB5 5BD

 

Hardball Camp 28th and 29th May 2024 10am - 3pm

Euxton Cricket Club Southport Road PR7 6DD

Hardball Camp 28th and 29th May 2024 10am - 3pm

Our Coaches All coaches used on our camps are Lancashire Cricket Foundation members of full time staff, are minimum ECB level 2 or 3 qualified coaches, hold enhanced DBS check and have under taken first aid and safeguarding training, all our camps are overseen by an experienced member of staff. We put the safety of all participants at the centre of what we do and recognises the importance of health and safety and safeguarding.

 

 

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